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winning ohio. he's down by ten. we don't have that much time left to go. ticktock, ticktock this thing is over. >> cenk: not a big deal. any way. all right guys. it was a fun year. let's do it again. >> yeah, let's do it again. >> and thank you to our fans who made it happen. >> absolutely. and we have a whole clip we're going to put on www.current.com that we're going to put there as well. thank you, we appreciate it. we literally could not do it without you. >> and to everyone who works here. >> i don't know about rob. >> yes. >> cenk: "viewpoint" is up next with eliot spitzer. what do you have for us? >> eliot: first congratulations. a whole year, you made it. it is a great show. we love watching it. i have to correct you on one thing. you were quaking in your boots after that first debate. i was with you. we both said it. we were both sort of shaking but you were right. that's the good news. we have dick blumenthal with us, he'll be talking about the republican purfidy how they stopped the treaty protecting civil liberty liberty. great show coming up. >> cenk: thanks. we're looking
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. ticktock, ticktock. despite encouraging signs, there's still no final fiscal cliff deal. e mamon javers is on capitol hi working the phones. what are you hearing about the president's remarks we heard earlier where he promised to puch more more revenues later on. i would imagine it would have rankled a few republicans. >> that's right. john mccain said he was upset the president took to strong tone in his remarks today. he said it was not helpful to the negotiations going on here at the capitol. but then we had mitch mcconnell go to the senate floor and propose something unexpected and interesting. take a listen here to exactly what mitch mcconnell had to say. >> let's pass the tax relief portion now. let's take what's been agreed to and get moving. we'll continue to work on finding smarter ways to cut spending. but let's not let that hold up protecting americans from the tax hike that will take place in about ten hours. >> now, that comment had eyebrows raised all across capitol hill as people said wait a second, what's mcconnell doing supporting separating the tax negotiations from th
® cold and flu doesn't. . >>> ticktock, in 23 day, we're going to hit that fiscal cliff we have been talking so, so much about. this afternoon the president and house speaker john boehner met at the white house to try to agree on how to solve crisis. a lot of federal programs are going to be cut including unemployment benefits. so i wanted to talk to our i-reporters to talk about the impact of this. valerie is -- opal from wyoming and richard huffman is a retired michigan police officer and todd shawn berger, you say let's go off the fiscal cliff. and you say it's a lot like the time when you were a broke single mom and you had to learn to live within your means. why do you think it's better for us to take this huge hit in our pocket books? >> well, allison, i think we need a balanced approach and i don't disagree that we need a revenue increase. i am not necessarily in favor of a tax rate increase, however whatever it takes to get there, i think that along with cutting spending is really important and if you look at it as a household budget, you take a look at what you spend, you ta
for the plan "b" from republicans. what are we to make of this situation as we tick-tock to this vote tonight? >> well, it appears what speaker boehner's doing is try to -- with eric cantor, trying to kick the ball down the field. right now, the entire burden is on them. as all the public opinion polls have showed. the american people think the wealthy should be taxed so what they're trying to do is say, okay, we're going to take this vote, hell or high water, and then it's up to you guys and i think they're hoping that then it will appear that they're the obstructionists, the democrats which i don't think the american people are that shallow. i think they'll see what's going on here. >> basically, speaker boehner's comments earlier today that the plan protects 98.1% and is it just at this point an optics? maybe a few people will hear that sound bite and appear that the republicans are suddenly protecting the middle class and it is the democrats who don't care what happens to you after the beginning of the new year? >> well, yes. i think that's exactly what's going on. look at it this way. th
and the s&p finishing up by just a trickle of positive. well, ticktock. the market is closed. seems to be waiting once again for some clear signal on what's going to happen with regards to the fiscal cliff. how can you make money in the final trading sessions of the year amongst all this uncertainty? >> we have definite answers coming with our panel. back with us nathan bachrach from the financial network. also matt mccormick, sandy lincoln, and john spolinsani. what do we do between now and the end of the year? >> we wait. you hope there will be a resolution with the fiscal cliff. also 2013 could be a difficult year. it's the first year of the presidential term which is usually a weak un. earnings growth looks a little bit weaker. we are very big on di dends. we believe this is a grinded out market. prepare for instability. >> so it's glass half empty for you right now. >> we'd like to be optimistic but tell clients buy with sound balance sheets. and if the market goes up better, we're in a better position. >> i have to press you on what you say about you like companies that pay be
in this piece is do this minute by minute ticktock of the election night. and one of the things i found out was the obama team were really ticked off at team romney for taking 70, 80 minutes to wait. valerie jarrett was angry. and jim messina actually had to call matt rhodes, left a message and had to send him a text before romney called. >> that's not fair. i think he conceded in fine time. he did it while we were all there awake. john, quickly. >> two fast things. that is on election night the romney campaign drafted remarks and considered having paul ryan go on to the podium to send everybody home until the next morning. that was a possibility considered until it was clear romney was going to lose. the second thing, in '08 there was a mormon documenttarian that followed romney. the romney advisers spiked it. it's never seen the light of day because the romney high command thought it showed romney talking about his faith in a way that could damage them. >> called the end of the line written by jonathan martin and glen thrush. we'll be right back. i always wait until the last minute. can i
-by-minute tick-tock of election night. because it was just weird the way that went down with the long delay. and one of the things that i found out is the obama team, probably with the exception of obama himself were really ticked off at team romney for taking 70, 80 minutes to wait. valerie jarrett was angry. axlerod was angry. and jim messina had to call matt rhodes, mitt romney's campaign messenger and had to send a text before romney called. >> i think he conceded in fine time. there awake. john, quickly. >> two fast things. that is on election night, the romney campaign drafted remarks and considered having paul ryan go down to the podium to send everybody home until the next morning. that was a possibility considered until it became obvious that romney was going to lose. the second thing. in '08, there was a mormon documentarian. he cut a documentary made in 2010. the romney advisers spiked it. it's never seen the light of day because the romney high command thought it showed romney talking about his faith in a way that may be politically damaging for them. >> "called the end of the l
this afternoon so far? >> we are getting clarity about, you know, initial ticktock and now questions whether the mom who you saw the photo a moment ago, whether she had any connection of the school, aunt out in illinois, questioned. she had disputes with the school board and -- school district and that's why she took her son out and did some home schooling as the claim from that aunt in the distance. unclear if she ever worked at that school as was initially released or told to us by certain law enforcement officials and then the superintendent even this morning said she may have been some sort of substitute teacher and any connections to the school now dubious questionable, waiting to hear from school officials if there was any connection because that seemed to be the one explainer as to why if you killed your mom at the house why then would you go to that school and target those children? there were early reports perhaps there was a kindergarten class her mom had been -- his mom had been connected to but that turns out not -- apparently now not to be the case. >> what can you tell us about
-yield etf. clearly it might be an old trade but it is finding new buyers. >> tick-tock, time ticking away. 25 days now until america goes over the fiscal cliff if nothing happens. congress still in a political stalemate. the house of representatives are taking the weekend off. when it comes to solving our debt problems, we know where both parties stand but what about the people who will have to live with the decisions? what do americans, average americans, want to see in a fiscal cliff deal? steve leisman here now with our exclusive results of the cnbc all-america economic survey. what do americans want, steve? >> what you would expect. free stuff, tyler. actually, no, we'll get into that in a second. first we want to show you results of our december cnbc all-america survey. what we asked about the fiscal cliff. the first thing we wanted to establish is do people know about this thing? we looked at some of the other times we've asked this. what we'll see right here is other situations where they knew it, where other main stories that were out there. for example, the trayvon martin shootin
. maybe sequestration is going to happen so for that let's go to washington. >> juliet: all right. tick-tock, tick-tock, time is almost up for lawmakers as we say to avert the fiscal cliff. they worked throughout the weekend in hopes of hammering out some sort of deal. >> dave: peter doocy is live in washington and we hustle you over to the capitol. and what is the latest, do you think we'll get something done? >> reporter: dave, we were told late in the evening that legislative staff was going to work through the night, but the only principal we heard from was mitch mcconnell who said he and his democratic counterparts have been trading paper all day saturday, but the only big news, mcconnell cared to share with us, in the state he represents, kentucky, louisville beat the university of kentucky by three and meanwhile, the officially republican weekly address features another republican senator explaining once again why a deal before monday night's deadline is so important. >> at a time when our federal debt's topped 16 trillion dollars, it's been more than three years since the senate demo
, the sheriff walked us through what we refer to as a timeline, a ticktock of the shooting. what did he reveal? >> reporter: we'll get to that in a minute, first of all, authorities wanted to stress that the shooter in this case, jacob tyler roberts, acted alone. there was a lot of speculation that perhaps he was with others, but they said time and time again that this was a sole person who went on a rampage, no terrorist attack or anything of that nature. the way they explained the narrative in terms of how this took place, they said that roberts entered the mall on the second floor, going through the macy's store, and then rushed towards the food court area, where the shots rang out, that's where the mayhem occurred, and where all three victims were shot. they say at that point police responded very quickly and actually arrived at the mall within one minute after the shots rang out. and roberts apparently in a desperate move went downstairs to the first level, got in a corner and then shot himself. here is how authorities described what happened. >> the suspect pulled his vehicle in front of
journal" has their first big behind the scenes tick-tock of those negotiations. and this was the quote that stuck out to me the most. at one point according to notes, mr. boehner told it will 'president, i put $800 billion on the tax table and what do i get? you get nothing, the president said. i get that for free. >> that's a fair point. there was another point at which the boehner negotiator seemed like they wanted the deal on the table in 2011 during the debt ceiling and according to this "wall street journal" reporting several times, either boehner or staff said, let's go back to that deal and they said, no, no, no. thaujs have changed. we just won an election. you don't get to go back to the deals. according to how the talks were progressing, here's some various fiscal curb offers. as put together by the committee for responsibility federal budget. and you can see that they were, on the bottom, is cuts. on the top is revenue. you can see they're getting closer to being essentially, one-to-one, which is i don't think is good macroeconomic theory but from a negotiating standpoint is
. and meantime it's ticktock, right? and the house is out as of yesterday. members are headed to their home states for a nice long weekend with no deal in sight. the majority leader, eric cantor, says he's going to force congress to keep coming back and stay in session until a deal is done. seriously? >> he is serious. but, i mean, it was a pretty short workweek for the members of the house, that's for sure, as they left, not only left yesterday, they left at noon yesterday, after votes. the fact of the matter is that this has happened before. that they will be out on recess, they will be back in their home districts and the leadership will call them back for a vote. but also, there are many procedures which i do not want to bore you right now, that they don't need to call everybody back. if everyone can agree to agree, they can pass something through unanimous consent and pass something through the house very quickly as well as through the senate. what it really comes down to is, all of these members, honestly, do not need to be in town, because they are not part of these negotiations. the
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